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    • Corn Fertility Update--Spring 2010 

      Reiter, Mark S.; Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Thomason, Wade Everett; Reiter, Scott (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2010)
      This document offers advice on testing soil, and corn plant tissue to diagnose nutrient deficiencies.
    • Deep Tillage Prior to No-Till Corn: Research and Recommendations 

      Thomason, Wade Everett; Grisso, Robert D. (Robert Dwight), 1956-; Balderson, T. Keith; Davis, Paul Hill, 1956-; Johnson, Sam; Lawrence, Chris; Lewis, Matthew A.; Moore, David M.; Alley, Marcus M., 1947- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
      Compares cultivation of corn by no-till and deep tillage and notes ways to reduce soil compaction, using deep tillage if soil compaction has effected crop growth and yield.
    • Fertilizer Types and Calculating Application Rates 

      Maguire, Rory; Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Flowers, Webb (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
      Offers advice on inorganic fertilizers, types to use, when to apply, and methods of application in relation to soil types of crop fields.
    • Growing Bread Wheat in the Mid-Atlantic Region 

      Thomason, Wade Everett; Griffey, Carl A.; Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Stromberg, Erik L.; Herbert, D. Ames (David Ames), 1949-; Hagood, E. S. (Edward Scott), 1952- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
      Discusses growing bread wheat in the U. S. Mid-Atlantic Region. Discusses varieties of wheat, including types that may be best suited to this region, cultivar selection, seeding schedules, fertilizers, insect management, ...
    • Growing Hulless Barley in the Mid-Atlantic 

      Thomason, Wade Everett; Griffey, Carl A.; Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Phillips, Steven B.; Hagood, E. S. (Edward Scott), 1952-; Herbert, D. Ames (David Ames), 1949-; Stromberg, Erik L. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
      Discusses growing varieties of hulless barley in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the U.S. Discusses cultivar selection, seeding schedules, fertilizers, insect, disease and weed management and control, and harvest.
    • Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilization of Corn 

      Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Martz, Marvin E., 1970-; Davis, Paul Hill, 1956-; Hammons, J. L. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2019-01-24)
      Discusses use of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers for corn (Zea mays). Also discusses placement and amounts of fertilizers to use.
    • No-Tillage Small Grain Production in Virginia 

      Thomason, Wade Everett; Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Stromberg, Erik L.; Hagood, E. S. (Edward Scott), 1952-; Herbert, D. Ames (David Ames), 1949- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
      Discusses no-tillage of small grains such as wheat in Virginia, in terms of weed control during pre-planting, cultivar selection, application of nitrogen fertilizers, and more.
    • Pop-up and/or Starter Fertilizers for Corn 

      Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Reiter, Scott; Thomason, Wade Everett; Reiter, Mark S. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2010)
      Discusses early season planting of corn, and types of fertilizers to use during this time.
    • Pop-up and/or Starter Fertilizers for Corn 

      Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Reiter, Scott; Thomason, Wade Everett; Reiter, Mark S. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2018-11-16)
      Discusses early season planting of corn, and types of fertilizers to use during this time.
    • Precision Farming Tools. Soil Electrical Conductivity 

      Grisso, Robert D. (Robert Dwight), 1956-; Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Holshouser, David Lee, 1963-; Thomason, Wade Everett (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2005-09-01)
      Soil electrical conductivity (EC) is one of the simplest, least expensive soil measurements available to precision farmers today. Soil EC measurement can provide more measurements in a shorter amount of time than traditional ...
    • Precision Farming Tools: Variable-Rate Application 

      Grisso, Robert D. (Robert Dwight), 1956-; Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Thomason, Wade Everett; Holshouser, David Lee, 1963-; Roberson, Gary T. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2011-08-01)
      Discusses the two basic variable-rate application technologies, map-based and sensor-based, for fertilizer, lime, weed control, and seed.
    • Successful No-Tillage Corn Production 

      Thomason, Wade Everett; Youngman, R. R. (Roger Ray); Hagood, E. S. (Edward Scott), 1952-; Stromberg, Erik L.; Alley, Marcus M., 1947- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
      Discusses the advantages of no-till corn production and management decisions such as liming, fertilization, optimal times for planting, use of herbicides, cover crops and types of equipment.
    • Using the Virginia Cooperative Extension Climate Analysis Web Tool to Better Manage and Predict Wheat Development 

      Thomason, Wade Everett; Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Phillips, Steven B.; Parrish, David J. (David Joseph), 1943- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
      Discusses the use of an climate analysis web tool in relation to the growth and development of wheat plants.
    • Using the Virginia Cooperative Extension Climate Analysis Web Tool to Develop a Corn Planting Strategy 

      Thomason, Wade Everett; Alley, Marcus M., 1947- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
      Discusses the use of a climate analysis web tool, and its weather data, to help in planning optimum times for planting corn in earlier part of season.
    • Using the Virginia Cooperative Extension Climate Analysis Web Tool to Monitor, Predict, and Manage Corn Development 

      Thomason, Wade Everett; Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Phillips, Steven B.; Parrish, David J. (David Joseph), 1943-; Raymond, F. D. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
      Discusses effects of weather conditions, and in particular, temperature, on the growth and development of corn plants. Also discusses using this internet site to help make decisions about mid-season management of corn fields.
    • Virginia No-Till Fact Sheet Series. Number Five, Understanding Ammonia Volatilization from Fertilizers 

      Thomason, Wade Everett; Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Woodward, Timothy (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-08-27)
      Loss of nitrogen (N) as ammonia gas (NH3) is known as volatilization. While volatilization directly from soil can occur, such loss is generally relatively small compared to the amount that can be lost from fertilizers. ...
    • Virginia No-Till Fact Sheet Series. Number Five, Understanding Ammonia Volatilization from Fertilizers 

      Thomason, Wade Everett; Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Woodward, Timothy (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2015-09-25)
      Loss of nitrogen (N) as ammonia gas (NH3) is known as volatilization. While volatilization directly from soil can occur, such loss is generally relatively small compared to the amount that can be lost from fertilizers. ...
    • Virginia No-Till Fact Sheet Series. Number Six, Nitrogen Fertilizer Sources and Properties 

      Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Thomason, Wade Everett; Woodward, Timothy (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-08-27)
      The most commonly available nitrogen fertilizer sources used in Virginia are urea, liquid urea-ammonium nitrate (UAN) solution, and ammonium sulfate. Ammonium nitrate is also available in some areas but its use is low ...
    • Virginia No-Till Fact Sheet Series. Number Six, Nitrogen Fertilizer Sources and Properties 

      Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Thomason, Wade Everett; Woodward, Timothy (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2018-11-16)
      Discusses nitrogen fertilizers used in Virginia, their chemical properties, and costs.
    • Virginia No-Till Fact Sheet Series. Number Two, Nitrogen Fertilizer Injection in No-Till Systems 

      Woodward, Timothy; Alley, Marcus M., 1947-; Thomason, Wade Everett (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2010)
      Discusses the benefits and drawbacks to injecting nitrogen fertilizers below soil surface in no-till crop fields.